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January 19, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

How to start leading: 4 pointers for young leaders

Leadership

Whilst they can bring a fresh, new outlook, young leaders are also having to ask themselves, how can I effectively lead older employees? After all, it is not always easy for younger people to gain the support and, crucially, the respect of their senior colleagues, many of whom may have

Current events

January 19, 2017

By Koen Marichal

How to: 5 survival tips for leaders in 2017

Leadership

2016 was a year of significant insecurity and increasing tension. How do you navigate this as a leader and how do you adapt your leadership? Thought Leader Koen Marichal shares five resolutions for leaders to work towards.

Opinion

January 19, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

Jesse Segers rolls out the yoga carpet for CEOs

Leadership

Jesse Segers, co-director of the Expertise Center Leadership at Antwerp Management School presented his ideas on power, authority and the leaders of tomorrow in an interview with De Morgen. He states that, in the future, we will need leaders who know how to share their power. We are

December 19, 2016

By Judith Buysse

CLeP: an opportunity to develop medical leadership

Leadership

In “Leadership Training Program for Medical Staff in Belgium”, a recent article published by Sciedu Press in International Journal of Higher Education, Neree Claes and Valérie Brabanders address the problem that little to no attention is given to leadership training in medical school,

December 19, 2016

By Koen Marichal

Leadership lab: “Values are a blurry mess.”

Leadership

Kathleen Vangronsvelt began her story with that comment during the last leadership lab of this year. She is working on her PhD at the KU Leuven and writes about how people deal with values, how they can be measured and what effect they have on things like 'performance', for example.   “In

December 13, 2016

By Antwerp Management School

8 books for beneath the Christmas tree

Leadership Sustainable Transformation General management HR & Organizational Development Family Business Business Design & Innovation

In this blog post our thought leaders’ favorite books are featured. They all have written about a book they think other people should read. The works mentioned are divergent: from works of poetry to philosophical literature. We hope to inspire you with this list for Christmas and New Year

November 4, 2016

By Antwerp Management School

How do participants of the Leader Gathering experience their Leadership?

Leadership

The long-awaited Leader Gathering took place on Friday 21 October. As of 12 noon, the managers and leaders of small, medium-sized and large companies, specialists, consultants, HR officers, AMS students and professors as well as pupils and teachers of the Koninklijk Atheneum Antwerpen

November 4, 2016

By Antwerp Management School

The Leader Gathering, an impression of the leadership event 2016

Leadership

On 21 October almost 300 executives assembled for the Leader Gathering at the Koninklijk Atheneum Antwerpen. The gathering included various sessions and workshops that broadened the horizons of the participants, CEOs, young entrepreneurs and ambitious students. Ish Ait Hamou, Gianpiero

November 4, 2016

By Sofie Rogiest

Is leadership ready for the challenges in healthcare and welfare?

Leadership

The healthcare system is confronted with structural challenges including budgetary constraints, increasing demand and policy-related choices. These changes require adequate leadership. Not the kind of strategic top-down leadership that is still prevalent today but more authentic, shared

October 21, 2016

By Sofie Rogiest

How can organizations help employees to enjoy longer careers?

Leadership

Last week, the government proposed new pension measures to reduce budgetary deficits, a trend that is expanding to all industries in Belgium. This means that organizations are challenged to keep these older workers motivated, effective and cooperative at work.

October 14, 2016

By Antwerp Management School

Het Kankerperspektief: leadership after cancer

Leadership

During the Leadership Gathering, 21st of October 2016, Erik van Vooren presented his book Het Kankerperspektief. He wrote this book in commission of Stichting tegen Kanker (Foundation against Cancer). He interviewed 21 leaders about their experience with cancer. The book is not simply an

October 11, 2016

By Koen Marichal

"The Leader Gathering develops leaders into storytellers and gives them a more comprehensive vision of the future"

Leadership

If you take place in front of Luc Tuymans’ ‘München’ painting on identity and self-doubt in the Koninklijk Atheneum Antwerpen for an hour, your vision on leadership will change. This is due to the space, which I have described before. If you are in touch with what goes in society, this